Yellow Fever


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  • I'm going to recommend you start biting only vegetarians!
  • Are you calling me fat?!
  • Ahhh. Why do I keep on vomiting, and why am I so dehydrated?
  • Uhhh! I should not have drank that milk!!
  • I knew I shouldn't have gone to Africa this summer! 
  • Yellow Fever By Neda and Aseel
  • Wow, I've put on some weight!
  • So you are telling me you can only ease my symptoms?!
  • Yeah, I'm sorry!
  • If you have Yellow fever, you would know if you had these symptoms; headaches, nausea, vomiting, fever, fatal heart, liver and kidney condotions, dehydration, and muscle pain. 
  • Thanks for the tip!
  • Make sure to get vaccinated the next time you travel to tropical areas.
  • Yellow Fever is very rare in the US. In 2015 there were zero cases of Yellow Fever. 
  • Yellow fever is caused by a virus, that is carried by animals and mostly mosquitos that carry an infection, if you get bit by a mosquito or a particular animal this disease could be transmitted to you.  People who get this disease usually come back from traveling from South America and Africa (tropical areas)  
  • Fun Fact time
  • Yellow Fever resolves in a few days or weeks depending on your symptoms.
  • CDC says that there is no particular cure for Yellow fever, but easing the symptoms like fever, getting dehydrated, and muscle pain is all the doctors can do for you. Luckily though This disease cannot be transmitted from human to human.
  • Yellow fever virus can be prevented by using insect repellant, wearing protective clothing, and getting vaccinated by a doctor. So far there is nor research that is being done to cure yellow fever virus
  • Sources conditions-and-Diseases
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